BAe on top form at Farnborough

Goddard, Charlotte
October 1998
Marketing Event;Oct98, p33
Discusses how the British Aerospace was able to achieve its goals at the Farnborough International airshow organized by the Society of British Aerospace Companies. Reputation of the British Aerospace; Details on the exhibition.


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